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Freeh butter Ln been transporte!
from Australia to England and sold at
a profit for twenty-tire cents a pound.
The freight amounts to two cents a
pound. Tho next Australian experi
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Baltimore and Ohio officials are more than
patisfled with th working of its 'l"trie
motors u-edto h:ml train. through the Kiltl-
moretunii"!. Some of thvm arc preii"iins (
that within a few year motor.- will stir-plant
locomotivt f for haulim all trains
Supreme Court Decision!.
' Since Chaa, O. Tyner began the manufac
frure of Tyner's Dr9ppia Remedy, many
5eople have inquired as to its efficacy. Chief
ugtice Bleckley, of tieorjjia. has tnd It for
Indigestion and dyHpepsia, and gives this as
tils decision : ,
"Atlanta, Ga March 11. lc)t.Cha-. O.
Tyner, Atlanta, Oa.: I have n-ed. and am
now usintr, Tyner's rytepsia Itemed v. It
Is a mental as well a3 a phynicnl elixir. it n
Its aid and a pair of upectacles I can frequent
ly ate the law intpite of uu"iitaMe r.r two
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UK. TAL MAGE'S THEME SUNDAY.
An Eloquent Sermon on Jonah AVitb
ll4 Lessons for Sleepy Christians.
i Teit: "So the shipmarter came to him and
paid unto him: 'What meanest thou, O
(deeper' Arise, call upon thy God, it so b
that God will think uponus, that we perish
not.' "Jonah i., f,
God told Jonah to eo to Nineveh on an nn
T'lwant errand. H would not tro. He
thought Io iret away fr m his duty bv putting
to e. With pack under hi arm I find him
on his way to Joppa. a Pvaport. He gos
down among th-? dilpping and ears to th'
in"n lyin around on the dock. Which of
thef v.scU sails to-lay?' The sailors an
swer. ''Y(.nd'r is a r goin to Tarshish.
I thi'ik if von hurry you may get on board
her."' J. -nib s'epa on loar 1 th' r ouh craft,
ask-i how inn:h tli fare is. and rsvs it.
An'h.r is wigh J. si Us are hoisted, an I the
rigt'inv b"sr ins to rattl in the strong breeze
of the M"d:terranan. Joppa is an exposed
liario. an 1 it dos n'-t take long for the ves
sel to fet (.si the broa l sa. The sailors like
what they call a ".-t anking breez,' and the
plunge ,f jh" vevsej fnm the crest of a tall
wave is ex'nilarating to those at home on tho
deep. iJut th strong br(ez becomes a gale,
the gale a hurricane. The affrighted passen
gers a.-k th -i captain if he ever saw anything
like this bfor".
"Oh. yep." he says. "Tiiis is nothing."
.Mariri'-rs are slow to a Initdatiger to lands
men. Ii.it arter awhile crash g.':s the mast,
and the V3s d pitches s-i far ".I'lca-n's en 1"
there is a b ar shi will not h" righted. Th
eap'ain answers few q-pst ions, an 1 orders
jthe throwing out of boxes anl bundle and
of ho much of the cargo a.s they can get at.
The captain at last confesses there Is but lit
tle hop ami tells th passnxT that they
r a 1 letter goto f raying. It is seldom that
a se.t captain is an atheist. II knows that
there is a Go I. for he has seen Him at every
i-oiut of latitude bet ween Handy Hook and
Q-fonstown. Captain Mooily, commanding
the Ciiia of the Cunard line, at Sun lay sr-vici-
led the music and sang like a Methodist.
The captain of this Mediterranean craft,
havinx set th" passengers to praying, goes
a round examining the vessel at every roint.
He descends into the cabin to see whetherin
the strong wrestling of the waves the vessel
had sprung aleak, and In finds Jonah asleep.
Jonah had bad a wearisome tramp and had
spent many sleepless nights about questions
of ditiy. an I h is so sound asleep that all
the thunder of the storm and the screaming
of the passengers does not disturb him. The
captain lays hold of him and begins to shako
him out of his unconsciousness with tho
,.rv. "Hon'i yon sen that we nr all going
to the bottom? Wake up and go to praying
if vou have any God to go to. What mean
est thou. O sleeper? Arise, call upon thy
God, If so be that God will think upon us,
that we perish not." The rest of the story I
will not r-heirs". for you know it well. To
appease the sea, they threw Jonah over
board. Learn that the devil takes a man's money
and then sets him down in a poor landing
place. The l',ibe says he paid his fare to
Tarshi-h. I'.ut see him get out. The sailors
bring him to the side of the ship, lift him
over the guards and let him drop with a loud
splash into the waves. He paid his fare all
the v.-ay to Tarshisb, but did not get the
worth of his money. Neither does any one
s ho turns his back on his duty and does that
which is not right.
There is n young man who during the past
year has spent a large part of hia salary in
carousal. What has he gained by it? A
soiled reputation, a half starved purse, a
dissipated look, a petulant temper, n dis
turbed conscience. The manacles of one or
two bad habits that are pressing tighter and
tighter will keep on until they wear Io the
bone. You paid your fare to Tarshish. but
you have boon set down in the midst of a sea
of disquietude an l perplexity.
One hundred dollars forSunday horsohire.
One hundred dollars for wine suppers.
One hundred dollars for cigars.
One hundred dollars for frolics that shall
Making four hundred dollars for his dam
nation! Instead of being iu Tarshish now he is in
the middl" of the Mediterranean.
Ib-re is a literary man tired of the faith of
his father who resolves to launch out into
what is called freethinking. He buys Theo
dore Parker's works for 12. Kenan's "Life
of Christ" for 1. 50, Andrew Jaekson Davis's
works for -2 Goes to hear infidels talk at
the clubs and to se spiritualis-n at the ta'de
rapping. Talks glibly of David, the psalm
ist, its mi old libertin", of Taul as a wild en
thusiast and of Christ asn decent kind of a
man, a little weak iu some respects, but a'
mopt as good as himself. Talks smilingly of
Sunday as a good day to put a little extra
blacking on one's boots and of Christians as,
for the mo.-t part, hypocrites of eternity
as "the great to be." "the everlasting now"
o.- "the infinite what is it." Some day he
gets his feet very wet and lln Is htms lf that
night chilly; the nt morning has a hot
month nn 1 is headachy; sends word over to
the srore that he will not bo there to-dav;
bathes his feet: hasmutarl placers; calls
the doctor. The medical mau says aside,
"This is going to ba bad case of congestion
of the lung-." Voice fail--. Children must
be kept down stairs or sect to the
neighbors to k' ; tho houv? qir-f.
Yo'i say, "Sen1' .ir the minister." Hut
no. lb does nof believ.i in minis! ts.
You say, "Head th- Ilibh t . him." No;
he '.iies not believe in the r.id A law
yer comes in. and sitting by his b-lsido
writes a d"umnnt that be.'ins 'Jo tin
name of God. amen. I, l-.ein oi'soun I mind,
do make this my lat will it'll rnent. '
It is certain wlvre the s:" man's bolyw.ll
U Iu 1m Ihnn n -rrnk. It is quite cejt'loi
Who wilt get his propertv. Hut what will
become of his soul.'' It will go into "the
great to be," or. "the everlasting now," or
"the infinite what is it." His s.oil is in deep
w.iters, andthe wind is "blowing great guns,"
Ienth cries. "Overboard with the un
believer'" A splash. H goes to tin bot
tom. II raid for his ticket to Tarshish
when h" bought th intldel h- k. H
landed in perdition.
Every farthing you spend in sin s.ii.n will
swindle you out f. H promises y ei shall
have thirty per cent, or a great dividend.
He lies. Ho will sink all the capital. You
may pay full far to some sinful suc '-'s?, but
you will never get to Tarshish.
Learn how souudly m u will slcp in th?
midst of danger. The worst sinner on ship
yard, considering the light he ha I, w-.s
Jonah. He was a member of th- church,
while they were heathen. Tiio sailor. wer
engaged in their lawful calling, following
the sea. The merchants on board. I sup
iose, were going down tnTi:rshih t halter,
but Jonah, notwithstanding his Christian
profession, was flying from duty, lb was
sound asleep in the cabin. Ho has bc:m
motionless for hours his arms and fe-n in
the same posture as when he lay down his
breast heaving with deep respiration. Oh.
how could he sleep? What if th ship stru?k
a rock? What if it sprang aleak? What if
the clumsy oriental crift should capsize?
What would become of Jmh?
So men sleep soundly u.w amid perils
lnllnite. In almost every place, 1 suppos-,
the Mediterranean might be sounded, but no
line is l.viig enough fathom the i,r foun I
b-niith everv impenitent man. Plunging a
thousand fathoms down, you cannot touch
bottom. Eternity Umeath I him. before him.
around him! K cks close by an 1 whirlpool-
anl h t breathe! Lvanters. Yet sounl
a-deep! We try to wake him up. but fail.
The great surges of w irn'.n; hreV over the
hurricane deck, the g .ngof warning sviuls
through th- cabin, th lH rings. "Awake!"
cry a h.in ire ! vi .. Y-t s iu I aslc--. ia
In th v..v 1773 the ,.a;t ii:i -' a Gri
l.vi 1 whiling vi'l f..in I hims!f a nigh
siirrnnlMtv i'-'.rg- ait "lav t " unt'd
mornmg. er-:iiiT evrv m tman' to h-
oun t to P:e. ... t:, th-morntnT h o--
at of an 1 s;T a hio nav bv II h il-1
i. No answer. Getting int a boit with
sm- of the crew, h" uhl ut for th-
'"vneri -me craft. Getting neir bv. h- aw
thr vjhthe porth de a man at a stan 1. a
f 'Tigh keeping a logb.iV. Uhvi-t him.
'wiswr. H went ti boar I th- v.l
fnd fun 1 th man sitting at the log'oV,
fr-TMi 1 1 death. Th- log'.ok w da!i
!". howinj that th- vesel hal be wan
dering for thirteen years among thie.
Th- snilors were foun I frozen amo'i the
I'H'limo 'ks atll (.titers ill tlif .'.in Po-
tlnrte.'ii vears this ship ha 1 b-;n earrving its
blir 1 Ml of Corns .
S from t'lis go;vd craft to-lav I deerv
v vu.-rs foretenptv. I c-v: "iioah5v!
S'vr. n'uiv!" N.i atmvr. Thv ,1 at a'fi'i",
ysl aa l gri'iul ! tli i -?') .s of in,
h llstin; no sail for h?iveu. I gj . b-jtrl.
I flnl all asleep. It is a Iroza sl-je . Oh.
tnaT tit L.ori Je-w would come anoarJ and
lav hold of the wheel and rter the era't
dowu into the wra eu'f stram of His
mftrcy! Awak". thou that steepest! Arise
from" the dead, and Christ shall giv the?
Again, notice thii mn ar arouvtl hrth
mot unexpeete 1 means. 1 Jonah hi 1 been
toll one year before that a heathea set
eaotaln would evor awa'cen bim to a sen-n
of danger, he would have scofe 1 at the i lea.
but here it is don. So now men in strange!
ways are a-ouel from spiritual stupor. A
profane man i brought to conviction by the
shocking blasphemy of a comrale. A man
aMetidinu church and hearin? a sermon from
the text. "The o.t knoweth his owner." ef.,
goes home impressed, but. crossing his birn
yard. an ot come up and licks his hvi 1. an I
he says: "There it is now. 'The nt kn ir -th
his owner and the ass his master' cr.b. t't
I do not know Go '.' The eare:s re-nark
of a teamer has tel a man to t bought fn'
n nn 1 h".i .'. "The ctii'.d's r-oiari:
"Fa'li-r. th-v h ive r.-avrs a': uo'-'e's hous.
Whydon't w!iiv'!hi"n:" has brought sal ra
tion to th- lwlln.
Hr strangest ways and in tha mot unet
re.'te1 manner men are a waVeu"'. Thegr.r
denerofth' 'ooutss of Huntingdon wa
con victe J of soi by hearing th" countess on.
the or.r.osiie Hide of the wa'l talkabo it J 's'iJ.
John Har !.-'.- was aroused bv a dream, in
wh;c!i h" saw the lat lav. an 1 the judge sH
tin r. ho I he-tr 1 l-.-s own rw cTt!,l with
terrible emrihasie. 'John Hirb'-aV. cimeto
judgment'"' Tlve Lord his a toons'" I way
of wakinir up J n'!1'. Would tha the rr.es
sen jers of jncpcv might now flnl th-ir wiv
.down into the side of t!; ship, anl tha 'nnv
wh are iiiicons.'ioaslv rocking in toe awhil
tcmoe.t of th"ir sia might hear th ? warning:
"What meane-t Uiou.O sleeper? Arise and
call upon thy Go '!"
Asain: L"aru that a man mav wak up
too late. If, instead of sleeping. Jonah had
ben on bis knees confessing his sins from
the time be went on board the craft. I think
that Go I would have save 1 him from hiug
thrown overboard. I'.ut be wke no too late.
The tempest is in full blast, and th" sea, in
convulsion, is lashing itself, and nothing will
stop it now but the overthrow of Jonah.
S men sometimes wake up too late. The
last hour has come. The man has uo more
idea of dying than I have of dropping down
thi; moment. The ringing is all white with
the foam of death. How chill the night is:
"I must die," he savs, "yet not ready. I
must push out upon this awful S"B. but have
nothing with which to pay mv fare.
The white caps! The darkness! The
hurricane! How long have I been sleep
ing? Whole davs and months and years. I
am quite awak" now. I se everythinT. but
it is too lat"." Itivlsible hands take him up
II struggles to get loos 2. In v.vu. They
bring his soul to th verge. They b-t it
down over the side. The winds howl. The
sea opens its frothing jaws to swallow. He
has gone forcwr. An I while the canvas
cracked, and the yards rattled . and the ropes
thumped, the sea took up the funeral dirge,
playing with opeu diapason of midnight
storm, "'Because I have called, and ye re
fusej. I have stretched out My hand, and no
man regarded, but ye have set at naught all
My coiinsl and would none of my reproof,
I also will laugh at your calamity, I will
mock when your fear cometh."
Now, lest any of you should make this
mistake, I address you in the words of the
Mediterranean sea captain: "What mean
est thou, O, sleeper? Arise, call upou thy
God, if so be that God will think upon us,
that we perish no;." If you have a Go 1,
you hud better call upon Him. Po you say.
"I have no God?" Then you had better call
upon your father's God. When your father
was in trouble, whom did he fly to? You
heard him in his old days tell about some
terrible exposure in a snowstorm, or at sea,
or in battle, or among midnight garroters,
and how he escaped. Perhaps twenty
years before you were born your
fathor made sweet acquaintance with
Gor.. There in something In tho
wo ;n pages of the Bible he used to read which
mr.kes you think your father had a God. In;
th 3 old religious books lying around tha
house, here are passages marked with a
lead pencil passages that make you think
your father was not a godless man, but that,1
on that dark day when he lay in tha back,
room dyiug he was ready all ready. Burj
ferhaps your father was a bad man prayer
ess and a blasphemer and you never think,
of him now without a shudder. He wor
shiped the world or his own appetites. Do
not then, I beg of you, call upon your fath
er s God. but call on your mother s God. I
think she was good. Y'ou remember when
your father came home drunk late on a cold
night, how patient your mother was.
Y'ou often heard her pray. She used to sit
by the hour meditating as though she wera
thinking of some good, warm place, where
it never gets cold, and where the bread does
not fail, and staggering steps never come.
You remember her now ns she sat in cap and
spectacles reading her Bible Sunday after
noon. What good advice she used to give
you! - How black and terrible the hole in the
ground looked to you when with two ropes
they let her down to rest in the graveyard!
Ah, I think from your look that I am on the
right track. Awake, O sleeper, and call
upon thy mother's God.
But perhais both your father and mother
were depraved. Terhaps your cradle was
rocked by sin and shame, and it is a wonder
that from such a starting vou have come to
respectability. Then don't call upon tho
God of either of your parents I beg of vou. I
But you have children. You know God
kindled those bright eyes and rounded thoso
healthy limbs and set beating within their
breast an Immortality. Perhaps in the be
lief that somehow it would ba for th ;bst
you have taught them to say an evening
prayer, and when they kneel beside you an t
fold their little hands and look up, tivit
faces all innocenco and love, you know t h i
there la a Qotl somewhere about in tip
I think I am on the right track at last
Awake, O sleeper, an I call upon the God of
thy children! May He set these little ones to
puding at thy heart until they charm thee to
the same G t whom to-night they will say
their little prayers.
lb.it. alas, alas, some of these men and wo
mea an unmoved by the fact that their
father ha 1 a Go 1. that their mother had a
Go 1. an 1 thir children have a God, but they
have no G 1. All the divine gixidne.ss. for
nothing. AH warning for nothing. They are
s un 1 asleep in the side of the ship, though
th" se aud sky are in mi l wrestle.
Many years ago a mau. leaving 'his family
in Massa-husetts. sailed from Boston to
China to tr.i la there. Oa the coast of Cnina
iu th" midst of a night of storm hniaie
shi;-vrek. Th- a lventurer was wash-1 uj
on the b?a h senseless all his money gone.
H-hil to heg iu the streets of Canton to
ke p from starving. For two ye;irs there
wis no communication between himU and
family. They supposed him dead. He knew
not but that his family were dea l. He hal
g )n' out as a captaiu. He was too prou 1 to
cm la?k as a private sailor. But after'a
Willi ho choke I down his pride and
sailol for Boston. Arriving there
he took au evening train for
th center of the State, where he ha 1 left his
family. Taking the stage from the depot
an I ri ling a s'ore of miles, he got horn".
H" stvsth if, g oing up in front of the cot
tar in th brijht moonlight, the pla?e
look 1 1 him like heaven. He rapped on
the win low. an 1 the affrighted servant let
bit in IJ the n"m b?a
wife an 1 chil I were sleeping. H di 1 not
dare to wake then for fear of thesh o'k.
B mi ling over t kiss hi child's c'le-k, a tesr
fell upon the wife's fa--, anlsh wak-nel,
and hs sail: "Miry!" and she knwhis
voice, and ther was an inlescribable scene
of welcome and joy and thanksgiving tc
To- lay I know that many of you are sea
tossed an 1 driven by sin in a wors storm
than that which cam- d own ou the eoat of
Chins, an 1 yet I pray G 1 that you may, like
th sailor, live to g-t horn.-. In the house of
many mansions vour friends are waiting to
meet you. Thay are wondering why vou do
not c ome. E"ape 1 from the shipwrecks of
earth, miy yo-t at lat g in! It will be
a bright night-a ve-y bright night as
you j.ut your thumb on th latch of that
door. Oue in yon will flnl th? old family
fa-s sW(.ter than wh'ii voi lat saw them,
an 1 thre it will b foun 1 that He who was
your fathers Go 1, anl your mother's God,
an 1 your chil irca'a Go J is y our own most
blesse.l R leemer. to whom be glory and
dominion throughout ali ages, world with
out en L Amen.
Monthly Treasury Statement.
Tae monthly Treasury statement of th
public debt shows a total debt on July SLst,
cash in the Tre.aury, to have l.een
t-4f..!Os.r05. an increase for the month of
f-3.ioo.ftH. This increase is due to the de
livery to the London syndicate during Uj
month of 131.157.700 la 4 oerc&t. bond. "
IttLL ARP'S LETTER.
IS WORRIED OVER MANY
Wcmen of Ftfty and Over 200
Pounds Should Shun the BUto.
It takes a long lima for big things to settle
down so that we may get the trn'h and the
fact.. 1 was rnmina'ing abont this ineonn( o
tion with the preat battle of Mtnacsas that was
tons-lit thirty-four yers ago last Sunday. This
is one time tint the day of the w. ek sn l the
('ay of the month correspond d with the mn -verearr
of that battle. ThiiU-'our years have
ptft-e,i ana tins generation ia just i eginiun c io
understand what the war was about. Northern
b stor es have been so partial and one ei-ted
thi.! the young folks have I n snrpnd and i
astonished that onr people fuigl.t o hard and '
sib n-z with so little lo fiuht for. But the
truth i gradually dawning upon the nVioi.
So'i'bem t.istoika have ben wri -ten and in'ro
duced into southern schools and ou- c'nldreu
are tonvng our defenders. I see that Mrs
Susan Pen II-ton Lee. the gifted daughter f
Geti rl rndlern, has written ahiotoiyof the
United Stat n an I has without res rve tol l the
story of I lie late civil war, and the Uni ed Con
federate Veterans, in ih'ir preat met-t.og at
Illusion, have as f-arlessly indoised it. In a
feivcais more the couth Twill bo viodicatid,
but it lakes a hng time. Eighty years have
pa nod cince Na o!eon figure I in En rope, and
f v n now li!K' rmis differ widely alont events
and motives coiieei ning him. Marslml Ney was
shot m 181 r he dud iu North Caioilna in
IS1", nobody knows which.
I'or severn 1 -ears we have leen waiting f r
he truth rbont tho Hawaiian islands, but it
h is not yet b-en wril'cn fn m a non-parti an
standpoint. Conseivative peope don't know
wbot to believ. 'Ihe mission-ires used to tell
us that the Sandwich i-laiidciri were cannibals,
fifty ye ais ag , but had all become Chri-tians
mil had schiw .'s and churches like we have.
Later sccountssay that pohticol Fchen:er and
iinptincpled scoundrels from e.ur c:itry have
I hindered that unhappy land and r dnced
t!ie-sc native to beggars and subjection. And
now we read tint another set ate arming ve-s-b-Ih
to drive t lie first set out under pretense oT
helping the i ntivcs. I wonder what aie tin
farts in the case?
And what alout Cuba? Who know-? The
prt va lifg idea is that Spun is a tyran and has
i ot those Cubans by the thro it and they want
to govern i lit ui.-elve and ict up a rcpiilican
t'oi m of government 1 ke ours. Lut a knowing
man, who has been there, to d me that tbos-
Cubans were mostly negroes ( f the mos. de
gmded kind and Wtie not fit to gcvera thm-t-elvteaid
i ll this iiimpus was I eing rabel
by a lew filil usti ring Anifriemie, vln
want, to capture the island and d.vide out
the ofiic;( s and get rich off the sugar p'Hn'a
tions that the Spannirds art cultivating. Tncre
was a big frss raised and lots of sympathy ex
temle i aliont an editor whom the Spani r ls
had confined in Moro cat!c. but Homer Reed
says he found out the o In r dav that the editor
was a coa -black coon who had been v ry scan
dalous in bis paper. And bo the quest'on
conies up, "is Cu a worth helping?"
Iavid wrote. ''I said in mine haste all men
are liars," and the old Scot h pn-arber too l
that for his text and remarked: "Ah, Iav,d,
David, if ye had lived till now o might hae
said it at your le sure, me ifim.
Aro we a nation of liarr? Read the papers
and say ! Who knows wh a' t believe? While I
was in Florida ihe other clar I riid from the
New York Recorder an awful tccnin.t about
Tavares being attacked by rattlesnakes and the
fcple had to turn out with guns and rocks and
thnishpoles and they killed over 410 in t e
s'reets one Sunday morning and in two days
had killed ov, r a thousand and the people wero
tenor-stricken. The article went into many
details and told about a woman win put her
infant child in a tub while she washing in an-oth-
r tub, an t a big rattler got his head over
the edge of the tub and i-he had to kill him
with her battling stick. I asked a Tavares
man about it and he was am;iz?d. ''Why,"
saip he, ''it is a lie a lie without any founda
tion. Some lying repor er made it up for a
sensa'ion." And not long after I read that
there was yellow lever in Tampa and the peo
ple were fl.ing from the city. I was in Tampa
i hat very day and knew it was a lie. Of cou se
the paper took it all b:itk the next day and
i-a'd it was a mis'ake, but there is no telling
the dami,e that such mistakes do. If a re
porter who is running around for news gets np
a li ; for a sensation he should be turned off in
Btanter. An l hem is the silver question that has been
the sul ject of more exaggeration than will ever
be forgiven in tho day of judgment moro
crimination and slaneler and suppression of tho
truth, and roth ng is yet settled about it.
Who knows what is best? When we eeo
such statesmen as Morgan and Vest and Harris
and Daniel and George and Blickburu and
Crisp and Pdack and McLanrin and a host of
0 h. ri on erne s de, and as many notable men
on the other side, what right has a common
man to jump up and swear that he knows all
alx yt it and that those who don't think wilii
1 ini are fools. But I r ckon the next election
will settle it, and I wish it was over, for the
P"Oj)le arc getting mighty tired of the whole
And there is another question that comes up
i!iodicDlly and has recently come up again.
)oe education lessen crime? Some philan
thropists are. getting concerned about this, and
well they may, for the statistics of every state
in the Union establish the fact that education
of the kind the pupils are getting increases
crime not a little, but immensely, and yet wa
go on ind on with it and the clamor comes for
mor e ami more. Just look over the daily pa
pers and see how the reoord of crime is in-
.reaslng not misdemeanors, bnt the mst aw
nl crimes not only awav off in Ohio, bnt
ight here in Georgia. But I forbear. I wrote
his all up two years ago and gave the figures
rom the approved repor s of the penitentiary
md tho prisons and the jiils and the work
l iiies from Massnchu-'ett to Texas, and they
Rren. all alike, so far as increase was concerned.
Ilalent we better tdop and think about this
md ake a les oil from Prussia as to the kind
of education that will diminish crime? AVho
di.dl the good and virtuous girls marry nowa
layh? Where are the young men who a'e
vorthy of them? Ihere sre at least forty young
mania cable girls in this town of good fami
hei who woild make pool wivis, but where
aio the yonii2 men to whom i lie fath'rs wonld
entrust them? There are not ten a e th're
tivi? Muriage U at a eli-count not because
this? pills are fast or ex'ravagmt or ride a l i
cj( I, l ut because the ye nng men are generally
no ac.onnt. or dissipattd or can't support a
w.fc. Some of tlitm w.ll spree all nightlong
md go to a dauco the next night with a re
s ceta'.le girl.
How many young married women have snpo-at-d
from thesr husbands or ben divorcd or
Aliont thtt bicre'e craz, as it is called. I
enn'e that I cannot see anything roni or
immodest at nt it w!ien the dress i mod ut.
U all depends upon that. I saw two young
irls in Tampa r de up the stiect nd a'l'ght st
l-c p-ist Pice and set their mail and mount
g a.' d i d; away and nobody th u lit it
ony In . wrong r immodes-. 1 am iir it
v r ( ( ii ie.l to nic. and I w.-s obh e I to : d
.i : tbeni and tli - tr:c- of the r ev iut (on--. I
!" i"t ihu.k tl a' i.i irr c I .. en, wh.. r- s t
el a- thiys y. ior v ry b.r e 2;0-j'oii't'rr,
' "ill I li lo t in. Tim re i rt ra nr ibmgs that
joting grbi may d Ih t tl.eii mo'hrs sloill
i o'. As to the (Inn we are all the cr atim-i
if pri judice. and Mi. tostcme of the country
livt- in has much to d wiib our i reindict.
Ii I'aly and Swtz-ila-d anl Andalesu Hi? j
t row-. np maidens all dress in slir: skirts that
ihowthe ankle and a pret'v crofs-lact-l Ii'me '
! hove it, and i. is all right" over th-ie. I've !
t-en th pictnrei cf these pretty maidens aid
I ke iher c-e-stum'-. but it w nld be shocking;
iver here. I wjU make another confe mon. j
I can see no pood reason savj t nstom whv j
.-dies hould ii t ride a hor c like ai
un if they rido at 1 1'. It is c r ;
uny the safer war. I ran' fee any j
wl rcabn why a onn eh' ni l tio :
i rict ce nitdcinj anion; ber ou ex. !
la fact, Ith nk tt.cy shmi'd bavj th pref r- !
ncc, an 1 i' koni cn'errr sing wj-.n .u s!i n' I j
fstablish a female medical college it would t '
J-be rally patronizt-d. The time is near at hand
when tie women will hare to run the machine i
it it will not be done. The time is past for
I'-nflrung womn to the fireside when th-re i '
V -npptTt for them there. Paul pok fcr Lis
I wo time and its cutoma not for ours when
' "4 ' hat long hair wn the glory of woman.
I ' was worn long, tut now it is d one op and se- !
lird wi-h hirpin. Who eTer saw a painting !
If Lve or of Mary Magdalene or any Jtwi-h j
on:n of that day with her La.T don- op in a
a i ( h the Lack of her l if,. i i "
I'M have wire.l the SiT ,.r'i f.i -,.i. v.,.. i
I ir if If bad U-n a twitch vr was don-o up
nh pin. Taul m douU was foscinaud wi h
iu.il ire-se-a a we all are. Even t-ome of
rir rotable meu admired Ion Lair much
. . 1. - wore weir own fca:rdon oj n !Ler
.wuijcr... JOi rnilenrr i.n.rr.tm ....1 T r
C. Lamar wore their very long, and to dot .
, . 1 u..
r- v.tVyvmA mrtA Wrurer A. PrTOT. and I
lon't strppose there Is any harm in it. even
fhongh they were not Nazsrenes. A great man
ran afford to do it. for it does give him a 'Ju
piter tonans" appearance. "Hehakes hia tm
Irosial locks and gives the nod."
As to women talking in church, I Lope they
will not make a business of it, and we ecu J
lay theBsme of seme men we know. But ll
she talks well and makes tha world Let'er. let
In r tal. f be teiches oar children in ih pnt
lic schools an 1 Babbath tchools and why n t in
the church? The fact is, if woman was allow
ed to toe onr lawmaker fcr ono scsm-t
iron'd wale up the Da'ion on the whisky tat
n . wouldn't le? Then let her make prog
ress in everv good w, rk. We know vety c:I
hat it is her nutnral desire to marry and bo a
n .rlxr but if thtr is ro proret f th.-t.
w: at runs' she do? Go to the misstonaiy m cj
vir vwit the sick, vou may fay. Thai von
I. .y I teid nor clo bing. I he.rd a fTtnc
far, "Would you make amaions cf our
rnm.r Th wens no Amazons, and Ama-
WIU4 stricken from the modern mips,
for neither the country nor the women could
i. i UnmhnMt mvs he searched dih-
Centlv an 1 found an old.hian over there who
d jg prandfather told him he saw four in
iimtonr women astride of horses and arra-d
with soeirs, but he says from hia best informa
tion th se were a few dusky slave women who
scaped from thoir captors and fl-d far into
the interior and built a fort to protect them
selres, and tt ere, in course of time, they all
died. This amazon storr is all a myth, but if
u was not, it does not follow that our men will
ever iet i-o low as to let the women do the
Hghting. And now there is a big controversy
about ti e old woman who killed her husband
'o, I wouldent hang her. It was an awful
( rime f. r a woman to do, but I wouldent hang
. nv woman. But look how many men have
killed their wives or sweethearts in the last s x
months. It is getting as common ai suicides.
What is the matter with the country and bo
w 1 protect the girls when we are g .ue? Bill
A nr. in Atlanta Constitution-
Sales 71.900 bales.
Middling uplands 7;
1. Futures steady.
August 6 94'15
September. ..6 VlfoM
October 7 01Ci02
November. . .7 OS'iOtj
January. . ..
February . . .
LIVERPOOL COTTON MARKET.
Middling313-1 Sales 8,000. Futures quiet.
Jan. A Feb... 3 01 Aug. h Sept. .3 44fif 45
Feb.&March.3 52(5-53 Sept. A Oct. .3 46
Meb.AApril..3 5:b54 Oct. A Nov.. ..3 4743
Apr. A May. .3 55 Nov. A Dec. .3 4Sr? 49
August 3 44(3)45 Dec. A Jan. ..3 49'n 0
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PRODUCE.
. C 07J i
. 5 yo
5 92 U
Sept. . .
bils Sept .
HOME COTTON MARKETS.
Ral- eiiar- C"!- Char
eich. ltte. umliia. le-ton.
..7V 7.40 VA 6 1-16
Strict middling 1yi
Strict low middling 5s
Low middling 6f
Clean siains 6
7.25 iyfi 6?f
7.15 6ft 6'
C.05 Gi C,4'
C.95 6 5-16 6 5-16
Deep stains and blues. 5
SEA ISLAND COTTON.
Medium fine slightly ofT color, 17al8; rae
'dium lino 22a24; line 2 ta2; extra fine 30a35.
BALTIMORE PRODCCE MARKET.
Flocb Quiet, Western super 2 G0fa 2 85; do
extra 2 903 30; do family 3 45(5 3 75; winter
wheat patents 3 85rf?4 00; spring wheat pat
ents 3 85(5 4 15
i Wheat Weak. No. 2 red spot and Aug.
65 5-Sf-69?; September 69 5-8(569 7-8.
(steamer No. 2 red 65 1-2(565 3-4 South
lerubv sample, 705.7 1; do on grade 6770.
1 Corn Weak. Mixed spot and August
47; September .47? asked; steamer mixed
; Southern white 4950; do yellow 4951
Wilmington. N. C Rosin firm, strained,
I 20; good strained, 1 25; Spirits turpen
tine quiet, machine, 25; irregulars, 24 J.
Tar llrm at 1.35; crude turpentine steady;
hard. 1.20; soft. 1.60; virgin, 2.00.
New York Kosin dull and easy, strained,
common to good 1.52.25S1.57). Turpentine
quiet and easy at 27(5 27 '
Charleston Turpentine firm at 21 1-2.
Rosin, good strained firm at l.lO'S l.lS
Cotton Seed Oil. New York Cotton
et d oil, quiet and steady; crude 24(525; yel
Jo v prime 28 5 28'; d o good off grade 27;
The rice market was quiet at Charleston.
The quotations are: Trime 5 a5,'; Good
4 a 4j.;; Fair 3.Va3?4'; Common 2a3.
KRTITS Ar.D VEGETABLES.
Lemons, S0's, per box 4.00. Raisins.loose
per box 1.75; cluster, per box 2.00. Mixed
nuts, per pound 10.'. Egyptian onions, per
bar 2.50'. Virginia peanuts, hand-picked, per
pound Jol'; North Carolina peanuts, haud-pi-'ked.
per bushel 1.25. White beans, per
Country Butter Choice Tennessee) lBa25e,
m dium 123j to 15c.
Cow Peas 5e and 70 per bushel.
Poultry Grown fowls, choice to 3.25
p r dozen. Chickens 2.25:i2.75 per dozen,
ac or ling to size and quality. Ducks
M i.seovy 4a4.50.. Geese, young 4.50 per
Eggs Eggs 9 to 103 per dozen.
Wool Washed 15c per pound; unwashed
II 1. Hides lie to 12 '. Wax 25e to 27c.
LIMK, CEMENT AND TLASTER.
Alabama and Tennessee lump lini" fioc;
E i-tern Ro' kport, Maine, lime 1.25; car-lots,
1.10. tVnient Rosenthal 1.40 to 1.65; car
b.ts 1.25. New York plaster Taris 2.00.
L iths 1.50 to 2.00 per M. Portland cement
B dgium 2.40 to 2.75. Eiiglish Portland 2.50
t. i 00; B dgium, carlots 2.00; English e-ar-I
TIMBER AND LTMBLB.
Merchantable 11.00 to 16.00 for city sawed;
12.00 to 14.00 for railroad; square and sound,
e.oo to 13.00 for railroad, 8.00 to 11.00 for
nft. D."k timber 4.50 to 6.50; shipping
8.50 to 10.50. Shingles 5.00 to 7.00.
Crude 2.75, delivered at works; hot air
dried 3.25, free on board; ground rock 5.00,
Tlie Family Market liasket.
Trices of meat, fruit, fish and vetetables
have changed but little since last week. In
the Charhrton market prices were as follows
bu Saturday: Pears lo to 35 cents a dozen,
Pca dies 25 cents a (Tate aud from that up tT
40 cents a doz-n. Niagara graf.es 15 to 2i
cents a basket. Apples 5 to 25cents a dozen,
50 cents a crate. California orange 25 to
60 cents a dozen. California jars 30 to 60
cents a dozen. California apricots 15 to 20
cents a dozen. LmoD3 15 to 25 cents a
.dozn. Pineapples 10 to 20 cents a piece.
lC;ilifornia plums 15 to 35 ents a dozen.
Huckleberries 5 cents a quart. Nectarines
15 and 20 cents a dozen. Japan plums 25
cents a dozen. Cantaloupes 5 to 10 cnt3
an-l watermelons range from 5 to 25 ( cts
each. Okraand tomato 15 to 20 cents a
bushel. In the market and on the street,
however, tomatoes are 2 to 3 cents a quart
and ok ral to 2 cetts. CHerv 10 cents a
stalk. Cucumbers 10 cents a dozen. 1U
ft entsa bunch. Squashes 10 cents a dozen.
mnng ioo,ins iu cent3 a quart. Carrots 5
! lfnt3a bu""h-
Turnips 5 cents a bnn. h.
Onions 5 cents a bunch. Corn 20 cents a
dozen ears. Bell peppers 5 cents a quart
Egg plant 2 to 5 cents each. Soup benchej
5 cents. Iri.-h potatoes 3o ?en'..s a p- k.
Sweet pctatoes25 cents. ,
Red snapper and other large fl.h for jn
to 12X cents pr pound. P.la'k fish 20
aTstring. Whiting 20 to 25 cents a stnn?
fiheephead 25 cents and upward a string
Porgies 15 to 25 ynts a string. Grouper 9
cents a pound. Shrimp 10 cent a p ih
Torter house fteak 15 cents a pound ' sir
loin 15 cents and round 15 ceuu Rtb roast
12 cents. Lambl5cent.
Spring chickens 1 1.50 to S3 H.n
mwufoiu a aozen. tggj 10 to
cents a dozen.
TIIK INDIAN THQi nLKS OVER.
Gen. Copplnger levrilic-s the Situa
tion In the llannock Country.
Gen. Coppir.ger. in a trlegra-n to any
headquarter at Wa-hingtoa. thus decribes
the situation in the Bannock U.ilita C0lritry:
"All is q-;iet at Jackson'd Hole. The
fcouting jrues were ft ot yesterday
one tiithi..-..ii.o , ., . '
i . ,. , . . :i -Ji'o ana oq
.ioui Il.iliack Uiver One cf.m:r.i- . i;
rdere.1 to S wan Valtev f. r iba r
tectioii ..f . nir.ru. Theactif,- arent at thf
- rt Hall reservation report- that 144 In.
dian were earni-.! four miU Mwt r i c,i-
Springs an 1 Potm 200 at the outlet of Gray'a
like, H.i cbuming to be on their way to their
a,J claiming to vt on their waj'to their
;--.-i-r -in e rt-er varion Th irri.u
,. - - cniU
I,aued lythe NortH CroUn. fit.t
The reports of correspondents of the
WeeUr Weather Crop Bxilletxn, issaed
the7 North Carolina State Weather
Service for the V" Jee' "teX
ally favorable. The first of the week
waa above the normal in temperature,
generally cloudy, "rith rain on five
days; the latter part was too cool, but
Eastekn Di3Ticr. A few .e
rondents report excessive rain fall,
uhile a few otbera report it too dry.
The rain was mostly in the form ol
local fhowers. The temperature has
been favorable, though the last two
days were a little cooler than normal.
Cotton is generally reported to be
doing well, but still small; the pros
tect for cotton has improved very
much during past few weeks. Tobacco
growers in this district Lave had hne
success in curing during tho week,
c ..t otnt.ors ore beins marketeel.
The corn crop will be good nearly
everywhere in this portion! the btate.
reaches ate now plentiiui,
qualitv of the fruit is generally pior.
Watcnnelons, on tho whole, are rather
-(. r at this tuee.
Ccntra r. I ) iV.tr" c r . Oats in shock
were wa.shed nway aud corn injured.
'J lie dnmnge, how'ever, extended only
over 'united arens in live comities;
elsewhero the ruins were beneficial.
Tobacco doing well; most of it is top
pod. Early corn is practically made.
Cotton whs unfavorably affected by too
much ruin and subsequent cool weath
er, ami some shedding of square is ro
ported. Wheat land being broken.
Threshing wheat ftill in progress,
(lathering grapes Ins begun in south
Westckn District. So far there
h is been les rain in this district than
elsewhere, but during tho past week
liio showers have fallen almost every -win
re. greatly benefitting ciops. It
is still dry in .Mecklenburg couuty and
vicinity. At a few places the rain-fall
wis heavy and washed lands, badly on
eiitk bottoms but the damage was
small. The first of the week was w arm,
bitter part a little c ol, but, clear. As
a general tiling prospects for good
crops continue line. Corn unusually
good, and the large crop planted in
btires a big yield. Corn is all laid by
even in the west, anil early corn is
safe. Cotton is doing pretty well.
Fanners are commencing to break
wheat Un l. Some turnips have been
sown. O.its are about all stacked.
Wheat is still being threshed, with di
versi tied reports as to quality. Irish
potatoes are being dug andaru turning
out bi iter than expected. Fruit, cs
peeinjiv apples, in great abundance,
much of it wasting. Water-mtlom
ripe in the cojintry,
A Ueiuariiablc reinucp.
At Hum?, the other day, au enorm
r.ns ?rovd assembled in the square of
.Sr. Peter's to watch two womeD,
dretsed in black, who crept across the
square to the church doors on their
kuecs brushing the ground with small
brushes and repeatedly kissing the
stones they had cleaned. New York
In Spain more hands are employed in tho
cotton in lust ry thin any other save agriculture.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U.S. Gov't Report
It would take sound fourteen years
to travel from tha sun to the earth.
Paper is being used as an insulating
agent for three main telephone wires
that are being laid in Nottingham,
The ptarmigan of tho Arctic regions
resembles the prairie chicken in size
and habits, and ia their summer plu
mage are almost identical in color.
Skinny Sufferer Saved.
Tobacco users as a rule are away? below
normal weight because tobacco destroys di
gestion and causes nerve irritation that aps
brain ower and vitality. You can get a
quick, guaranteed relief "by the uso of No-fo-Eac.
aid then if yrm don't like your free
dom and improved physical condition you
can crn the use of tr-haceo over again jut
like the hr-d tiioe. No-To-Dac sold under
guarantee to cute by Druggists everywhere.
Uook free. Ad. Sterling ltemedy Co New
York City or Chicago. '
Rev. II. I Carsoi. Scotland, Iak.. says:
1 wo b UlMof II ill's Catarrh Care complete
ly cure i 111 little ifirl." HtUl by Uraifyist',"'.
The More One I e I'arker'a ;tcer Taalc
the more ita virtues nre revealed in dUpelling
colds, indiget-tifoi, iiti nnd every weaknesa.
The We.-dorn railroad in order to bo abl
to transact all of tho-ir business have lef.n
Obliged to increase their torw of emf.loves.
GREAT BOOK FREE.
When Dr. R. V. Pierce, of Buffalo. N. Y
published the fir-t edition of his work, The
l eoplc-'s Common Scne Medical Adviser,
he announced that after 6S0.000 copies had
been sold at the tegular price, f i.yj per
copy, the profit on which would repay him
fur the great amount cf labor and money
expended iu prducing it. be would dis
tribute the next half million free. Aslhis
number of copies has alieady been sold, be
is now di'-tributintr absnlufrfv frr
pletc, interest- f C
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BBOEEM IH HEALTH.
Now H Cm Baa and Jump "Equal to
Sixteen-year-old Boy" The ETeet
of Six Boxes of Fink PllU.
From Vie Messenger, Wilmington, j- c.
The following letter from George Eueii
a citizen of Lattrlnburg, N. a, wUl prorq 0f
Interest to many ot our readers who may b
suffering from that dreaded disease-,
Ia.uinrB-BO, N. C, April 3, 1835.
Dr. Williams Medicine Company, S:ha.
ectady, N. Y.
Gentlemen: During the summer of l-?s I
had a severe attack ot typhoid fever waic'a
left my constitution In a wrecked .ia I broVaj..
down condition. Ever afterwar U I hilto
be very careful not to get the leat dnisp for
if I did an attack of rheumatism would Uthi
result. I was able, however, to n't-nl t
business the most of my time though I ?oul i
never say that I wa well. I contin ivl
way till tho summer ot 1S?1 wh"n I wv
takou with a moro severe attack of rhumv
lism wnicn eoaiiuucc.i nti iu in' i-aV .-.f
' niy tieal ana necic, men rny t-ti-onucr .
, invo,VtM, , g'airiW, untl,,, n.T
j ,.1,1 not re-t day or night, could g -t m n.',
position that would give me rest even f,r
few moments, could not sleep m-T thnnli
minutes at any ono time, had no aw-tit, mT
flesh was reduced till 1 weigh"! uly V.
The dlsense moved down or rather spt.- 1
the small of the back and into t.-th hij;. tha
to the left kueo joint. I could nt walk m,
Iho door steps, but had to crawl mt an jnt!v
tlie'honse. Atut this time I was Uk-ii wih
a shnrtness of breath which one i -t r j.r,w
ioiincd heart drojisy. another an ex -.- (
water in the chest. I gave up all h '..-o(
ever getting any btter or even living f.,r
more than a few months. I wr-t mwv (
my ndatlons that I did not exjct t liv"l,:,t
.1 very short tini. Of coursj 1 h.i i len un.r
the care nf nun who called thenielvis g.oj
doctors all this titue; I had six of tlc m to at
tend me during my sickness. I tried .VHry.
thing that I could get that was said t. t-n-ilt
peoplo who had rheunntisin. but in.-tca l .f
getting relief I continued to grow w.r.
One day a friend came to vntt m, an I hi;.,
nil othr frieuis, had a remedy f.r mv ills.
Her rvmedy was Dr. Williams' Pink PilU f,,r
1'nb r(.opl. Bho shrwd me a paper w hi -'.
praised them very highly. I told hcrth.it I
bad no faith in them, nud as for the nrti-1 -in
tho iaper, it was nothing but nvr
bosh. IJut liko a drowning man th u wii!
citch at a straw I concluded to try th" ,ti!
I commenced to get better from th Itr-t d:iv!
I took six Noses and am well, mv n. tit w
good, 1 sleep well, have gained in tbr-li (run
121 His. to lfiO lts. I have leen in th-rim
till I w:m literally drenched without .
jK'rienciiig any annoyance afterward-!. I
can run, jump, hop and skip epial to a six-t(en-yer-old
Any ono doubting this statement . v n
Rtistied by writing me.
OKORftE KUSSKI I,.
Mr. Ooorgo Kussell has this day ;i..";ir-.l
(ii erson leforo me, a Justice of the p..;l..,,
for lltchmond County, N. C. and mad-. i!h
that the statement contained in this nnim
script is true in every particular. Sw i:i ;.(
before, me this 13th day of April, ls.i.'i.
M. K. Jo.Nr'S, J. V.
Dr. Williams' Pink Tills euro all iorm-..f
weakness arising from a watery conditi
tho Idood or shattered nerves, two fruitful
causes if almost every ill that llesh i. tcir t ..
Thes pills are also a BpeeiJle forth truuM-i
peculiar to f etn tUcgioteid sui res.'-io:i-, ,:
foriDM, Of W'-'' " u"""" f"OUMi.aM or,.
bearing dov t he va-- f
kmni wtiJJ jr 11
llllllieill n-nvni ."..-
tal W0-T3L jaf wti i v -r
nature. "V ) ' ' S
Dr. Williams Tinlt rilfscontnin all the .1. .
ments iiccessary to givo new life and n -ii-nss
to the biood, nnl restore sli itt-r--1
nerves. They are manufactured bv thlr.
William' Medicino Co., fSchencctad v. N. V ,
and are sold only in loxs tiearing tic ' i i. i
trade-mark and wrar ier nl 0 cent- a t-.-v.cr
six boxes for $2.5 , tin 1 an never
bulk or by tho dozen or hundni I.
Within four months 150,000 Alal'im
tjorkingmen have bad their wagcM inci:i- I
from tento fifteen per cent.
Argon and helium have been ex
tracted together from a meteorite, ij
Professor Ramsey and M. IJrthtlot,
which points to the exitence of argoa
outside of this earth. Professor Hod
kinson has found gasew, which he
believes to be tho two now element",
in minerals of tho samarskite aa 1 cu
Wife tiRed "MoTlir.h's F iokvo" beforj flr-t
child-wasquickly relicv d;siitl. r.-l t": h' ;
recovery rapid. L. K. Johnston, Kur ci' i. Alo.
Pare find Uliolrnome Onnlltr
rommend-? to public npproval.lhe t 'n!:f'rn:
liquid laxative remedy. Syrup of Kigt. It !
pleasnnt to the taste an! bysicting c.!,t!yoi
the kidney, liver and boweV toi lea: -' !." '
tern effeitaally, it promotr-t tt:n li' il'h ar 1
comfort of all who use it. nd with nnili'-u, it
s the best and only remedy.
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